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China's rosy prospects in economy boost global growth confidence

China's economy is expected to recover faster thanks to good fundamentals, effective macro-policy response, and optimized pandemic prevention and control policies, which will boost global growth expectations, observers said.


China's consumption recovery off to a strong start in 2023: Fitch

China's consumption sector posted a strong recovery in early 2023, with the high-end and mid to high-end discretionary service sectors performing impressively, according to a report from Fitch Ratings.


Foreign investors' latest targets in China

New policies help integrate services, manufacturing to enhance industrial and supply chains


Pharmaceutical companies grab Chinese market opportunities

MNCs share confidence to invest, expand with nation's high-standard opening-up


RCEP helps world economy overcome difficulties

The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership has helped the world economy overcome difficulties since it took effect on Jan 1, 2022, according to Economic Daily.


Foreign enterprises upbeat about China's market potential

A year ago, the backlog of dead stock piled high in cold storage was a big headache for Gabriel Freitas, a Brazilian trader.


Spending brightens rebound hopes

Robust recovery in consumer spending in China during the Spring Festival holiday in late January has brightened hopes that the release of pent-up demand will inject strong impetus into the country's economic rebound, experts said on Tuesday.


Despite COVID-19 pandemic, China remains important engine for global growth

As the seven-day Spring Festival holiday ended on Friday, millions of Chinese packed into train stations, airports and bus terminals with large wheeled suitcases and bags stuffed with food and gifts. For many of them who had relived the travel rush and returned home from family reunion, a brand-new day of work was waiting ahead.


Chinese economy gets off to a good start in 2023

With long queues outside restaurants, crowded subway cars, and active machines in factories and on building sites, the Chinese economy is shaking off its COVID shadow and has gotten off to a good start in 2023.